Sweden which is worst hit per capita in Europe? due to very open policy: Interesting
"We have to go back to December 1993 to find more deaths in a single month. Then, 11,057 people died. In total, 97,008 people died in 1993 which was the highest number of deaths in one year since 1918 during the peak of the Spanish flu," said Tomas Johansson, analyst at Statistics Sweden, in a statement.
If you take population figures into account however, more people died in January 2000 than in April this year. A total of 110.8 people per 100,000 inhabitants died that month, compared to 101.1 last month.
The high death numbers in December 1993 and January 2000 were likely both caused by unusually serious outbreaks of the seasonal flu at the time, which claimed many lives, particularly during the 1993-1994 season."
What did young people do in december 1993? At least I was dancing at Disco Tiffany (was best disco in Oslo, closed down a few years later when a new generation not knowing disco dance entered the scene, in 1993 Gordon Gekko suspenders was popular on the west side disco floor (among farm boys visiting the capital for the weekend))
why is the most relevant and important key stats not easily available for each country ? I mean it should be just as easily available as world meter or so..
Number of deaths per month in each country now in corona times compared to number of deaths per month per country, age etc .in non corona years. Yes possible to dig out, but far from easily accessible.
Quite common here to hear a health "experts" warn people from relaying on fake news and non scientific news about corona, next minute the same person tell how many died in each country from corona based on worldometers. To have tested positive for corona and die is not the same as dying from corona.
It is frightening to see massive health organizations that have been planning for pandemic for ages not even are prepared to report key important basic stats to be easily accessible.